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Summerschool \"One health challenges in animal farming systems and food chains\"

Summer school one health 2019

One health challenges in animal farming systems and food chains

17th- 21st June 2019 Nantes

Summer school venue

The summer school will takes place at the Nantes Atlantic College of Veterinary Medicine, Food Science and Engineering : Oniris, chantrerie campus.

Address

Oniris, site de la chantrerie
Atlanpole La Chantrerie
route de Gachet
CS 40706
44307 NANTES CEDEX 3

Visit Oniris website

Be careful : This school has 2 different sites (“Géraudière” and “Chantrerie”). The summer school will be held in Oniris Chantrerie campus located at about 40 minutes from the city center by tramway and bus.

Public Transport 

Nantes has a wide variety of public transport (www.tan.fr)

Nantes travel map

The easiest way to join Oniris Chantrerie campus from the city center: Tramway line 2, direction “Orvault Grand-Val”, stop at “Recteur Schmitt”, then take Bus n° 75 and stop at "Ecole Vétérinaire"

At you arrival, you will be given a week-pass ticket that entitles the individual to unlimited bus/tramway travel for one week anywhere in Nantes (except airport shuttle).

How to get to Nantes ?

By plane

Nantes International Airport has connections with most European cities. Visit Nantes airport website

The airport shuttle provides direct connections from Nantes Atlantic International Airport to the city center within 30 minutes maximum. The shuttle is in direct link with all the available Nantes transport network. Frequent departures during weekdays, from 5:30 to 22:30, scheduled with regular flights guarantying arrival on time for boarding and allowing you peace of mind. More information on the site

By train

High speed train TGV from Paris is an alternative (http://en.voyages-sncf.com/en/)
From the train station, the tramway line 1 crosses the city from east to west and serves a large number of special locations.

You would like to discover Nantes? Visit the http://en.nantes-tourisme.com/ website.

Do not hesitate to contact the organizing team if you have any questions.

Accommodation

With your registration to the one health summer school you can beneficiate of special prices in a student residence hall. The residence is located at 30 minutes from Oniris La chantrerie by tramway and bus. This accommodation is also closed to Nantes city center (20 min by tramway).

MORE INFORMATION SOON

Meals and coffee breaks

Monday to Friday lunches and coffee breaks are included in the admission fees. Depending on the activity you may also have a picnic. Some dinners are also included in the admission fees (depending on the social programme).